Click on each focus and see the details of the routes around Madonna di Campiglio. Choose the scale, select the piece of information you want to and download the map in the uncut version or in the pocket version or the GPX track.
Through the Brenta Dolomites, the trails reach some of the most famous mountain huts – Rifugio Graffer, Rifugio Tuckett e Sella, Rifugio Brentei, Rifugio Alimonta, Rifugio Casinei, and Rifugio XII Apostoli – at the feet of majestic peaks. You can start hiking from the bottom of the valley or from higher up the mountain, thanks to the ski lifts that take you quickly to higher elevations. For those of you looking for a more intimate setting, Val Brenta and Valagola are the ideal destinations.
The new Dolomiti di Brenta Trek, a double ring around the Brenta Group for mountain trekking, has recently been inaugurated. “Dolomiti di Brenta Trek” is for two different types of trekker. The “expert” trail is for skilled trekkers who want to experience the mountains in all their glory, staying overnight in high-altitude mountain huts and other shelters; whereas the “country” trail is for anyone looking for a less strenuous mountain walk through nature and culture and with the luxury of relaxing in comfortable hotels after the day’s hike.
On the Adamello and Presanella side, the wood, lakes and rivers dominate the landscape. The great many trails take you through the woodlands to small alpine lakes (S. Giuliano, Ritorto, Nambino, and the lakes of Cornisello) nestled in inimitable, almost lunar settings, mountain huts or through the region’s pristine valleys, such as Val Genova and Val Nambrone.
So there’s something for everyone, from trekking in the Dolomites to walks in the mountains, for friends and family alike, thanks to the services that Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo and Val Rendena can offer, including mountain huts, restaurants in the mountains, and ski lifts, as well as alternative transports so that you don’t need your own car and the all the safety of professional alpine guides.